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California one step closer to self-driving cars

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“The vast majority of vehicle accidents are due to human error,” Padilla said when he introduced the bill in March. “Through the use of computers, sensors and other systems, an autonomous vehicle is capable of analyzing the driving environment more quickly and operating the vehicle more safely. Autonomous vehicles have the potential to significantly reduce traffic fatalities and improve safety on our roads and highways.”

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Comment by Ed Price
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From the article: "The company had also offered test-drives to a number of state lawmakers."

Also from the article: "“I have to say that there are some still issues with it,' said state Senator Alan Lowenthal (D). 'But it’s a better driver than I am.'"

So you see? Skynet isn't taking over by using violence, like in the "Terminator" movies, and in the "Terminator, Sarah Connor Chronicles" series. Skynet is doing it by "driving" Government officials!

Comment by Powell Gammill
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Well, that is one way to get rid of car bombers.

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